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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Sunset Junction pioneer sets his sights on Echo Park

He already owns one of Echo Park’s landmark homes, the est member of Echo Park’s G-Force, could take neighborhood development into over-drive. The Daily Dish notes:

“What that means for the current mixed-income vitality of the neighborhood remains to be seen. Right now Mexican restaurants such as Happy Tom’s, Rodeo Grill, Barragan’s and even the legendary Tacos Ariza taco truck on Logan do a booming business and the park is full of people from all walks of life (and all ethnicities). As long as that remains the case, and rents in the area don’t soar to Los Feliz-ian levels, then all newcomers should be welcomed.”


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